In case you are new to mywedding, there is one thing that you should know…we firmly believe that every wedding celebration should be as unique as the couple starring in the festivities. Want to wear a black dress on your wedding day? Go for it. Want pie instead of cake? Count us in. Don’t get us wrong, we will always have a true love for the traditional, but when we see offbeat engagement rings taking wedding center stage we get a little giddy. After all, relationships are one-of-a-kind – so shouldn’t the ultimate symbol of that commitment fit the same bill?
This art deco ring from Catbird is bold and beautiful. If the smoky grey center stone didn’t immediately capture your heart the rose gold may just sway your opinion.
This antique beauty from Erica Weiner is modeled after a ring from the 1860s. With its intricate band detailed with an abstract scroll print, this is a ring we would want to wear for eternity.
The elegant simplicity of this Sapphire Ring from Satomi Kawakita is our favorite “something blue."
The Cleo Ring from Polly Wales is effortlessly glamorous and steps far outside the bounds of traditional cuts featuring both pyramid and rose-cut diamonds.
This ring from the talented Grace Lee speaks to the lioness in us all.
With a pear shaped raw diamond perfectly positioned a little off-center, this setting makes an elegant and unique statement.
Don’t love diamonds, but still have a crush on gold? With two bands of gold and a yellow gold gemstone in place of a diamond, this ring may just be your perfect fit.
One part rocker, one part mystery, this ring would pair beautifully with a non-traditional gown and a bride who tends toward a bold lip.
Always wanted grandma’s ring? This may not be hers, but it sure feels like a precious keepsake.
Which offbeat engagement ring would you most love to wear?